Oregon pear growers expect near-record harvest

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Oregon and Washington's pear harvests will approach a record this year.

 

Climate change will bring more mosquitos to Oregon, report says

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

Multnomah County's health department says that climate change will mean poorer air quality and swarms of mosquitos to the Portland region.

 

Oregon counts driver's card petition signatures

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Thursday, October 10, 2013

The Secretary of State's Election Office is scrutinizing referendum petitions by Oregonians for Immigration Reform.

 

Oregon's recovery accelerates

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Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Oregon's economy is accelerating despite increased taxes, according to the University of Oregon's monthly index.

 

Wilsonville's Perceptive Pixel on Fox News

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Fox News began employing 55-inch LCD touch screen technology from Wilsonville-based Perceptive Pixel in its new studio this week.

 

Oregon counties prep for climate change

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Multnomah County and six other Oregon counties released plans for responding to the health impacts of climate change.

 

Intel introduces new chips

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Wednesday, October 09, 2013

Intel is pursuing new markets with its new processors, software and chips.

 
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